SAS: An Enterprise Approach to Fraud Detection and Prevention in Government Programs

A 47-year-old Montana woman was sentenced to 27 months in prison for fraudulently taking more than $115,000 in food stamps, housing assistance benefits, Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.

A pharmacy operating out of a Miami-area storefront billed Medicaid for nearly $800,000 in a matter of days. The perpetrators turned out to be veteran fraudsters. One was already facing state charges for staging auto accidents in an insurance scam; the other was a suspect in another

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